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an urban-type settlement in Karaganda Oblast, Kazakh SSR. Located 13 km from Karaganda. Population, 18,100 (1968). Industry in Aktas includes coal mining (the Karaganda coal field), a tire overhaul factory, and the production of building materials.

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Summary: TEHRAN (FNA)- Mehmet Aktas in the second panel of the 32nd International Film Festival for Children and Youth (IFFCY) in Isfahan said on Wednesday that making joint film projects is like inter-cultural marriage that brings various cultures and traditions together.
"It is mind-blowing that a conference final will not be broadcast in Turkey," said Mete Aktas, a well-known Turkish NBA commentator and former chief editor of NBA Turkey magazine.
In recent years, the GGE biplot analysis was preferred by plant breeders and it provides interpretation of releationships between genotypes and environments, investigated traits and environments and correlations of investigated traits (Kendal et al., 2016; Aktas et al., 2017; Erdemci, 2018).
Mustafa Sit, MD *, Gulali Aktas, MD ([dagger]); Hayri Erkol, MD *; Semih Yaman, MD *; Fatih Keyif, MD *; Haluk Savli, MD ([dagger])
Ayperi Ozturk, Zafer Aktas, Sezgi Sahin Duyar (1), Aydin Yilmaz, Funda Demirag (2)
Estos resultados son similares a otros reportes (Aktas y Dogan, 2014; Karakus y Atmaca, 2016; Yilmaz et al., 2018).
Bu calismalarda Nilufer Gole, Amina Wadud, Teslime Nesrin, Cihan Aktas, Fatima Mernissi gibi farkli dunya goruslerine sahip kadin dusunur ve yazarlar Islamci feminist ya da Musluman feminist olarak kabul edilmektedir.
(12.) Aktas S, Tetikoglu M, Inan S, Aktas H, Ozcura F.
But due to a number of diseases faced by the animals caused by various factors like nutrient deficiency, tick infestation and mismanagement, KP has not yet attained achievement in livestock yields to fulfill the necessities of rising human population (Aktas et al., 2005; Idrees et al., 2007).
[6.] Cecen E, Ercetin P, Kirkim G, Pamukoglu A, Aktas S, Altun Z, et al.
annulata infection in cattle is usually based on detection of macroschizonts in Giemsa stained lymph node biopsy smears in live animals and impression smears of lymph node and spleen in dead animals (Aktas et al., 2001).